How and where do I pay my taxes?

Pay by Mail:

Make sure your envelope is postmarked on or before the due date. If mailing close to the deadline, we strongly suggest that you have your envelope postmarked at the postal counter rather than dropping it in the box, to be sure it is properly dated. Only payments with a USPS postmark on or before the due date will be accepted as on time. Please send the bill stub with your payment to help us process your taxes efficiently.

Pay in Person:

At the Treasurer's Office, 451 N Government Way, Coeur D Alene, Idaho. The office hours are 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday, excluding holidays. We accept checks, cashier's Checks, money orders and cash. There is also a drop box located outside our office door.

Pay by Internet or Phone:

A convenience fee of up to 3% of the total payment will be charged.

Credit Card Payment Options:

   Pay On-line by credit card or e-check:

   Pay by Phone using a credit card: Call 1-208-446-1005 and select option #3 from the phone directory. You will be asked to enter Jurisdiction code 2213 when paying by phone.

You will need to provide the bill number, amount being paid and the tax year you would like to pay.

If you are paying on a delinquent account, please call our office for the correct total at (208) 446-1005.

Credit card payment services are provided by a private vendor, and all fees associated with the transaction are paid by the tax payer. You will receive a confirmation number indicating that your transaction is complete.

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1. When are personal property or manufactured housing taxes due?
2. When are property taxes due?
3. How and where do I pay my taxes?
4. Will I be sent any other notices?
5. What is the late charge and interest rate?
6. Can I use my Online Banking or Bill Payment services to pay my property taxes?
7. Can I pay multiple tax accounts with one check, or use multiple checks for one account?
8. Are property taxes prorated during escrow?
9. When will my property go to tax sale?
10. How do I challenge the amount of my tax if it seems too high?
11. My mortgage company pays my taxes. Why did you send me a bill?
12. Can I make payments or get a head start on future years taxes?
13. How can I get help with my taxes?
14. I received two bills but only have one property. Why?